An Auction of Oddities Supporting Programming the Commons Thanks to everyone who participated in the auction… those who generously donated of their talents and time, those who bid on the oddities offered (or made donations out of pocket), and everyone behind the scenes who made it possible. We successfully raised over $2650 for our 2021 […]
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Using Zoom conferencing software, you can participate with other church members in remote meetings and virtual prayer services. You can join from a computer, a smart phone, or even using a regular phone. For all church services and meetings, we will be using the following Zoom meeting details. For security, Zoom now requires a password […]
The long awaited coffee cup/juice glass rack is here. The rack will replace the kiosk in the Bess Fulton Room and also provide storage for people to store their drinking vessels for reuse. The Green Team organized and encourages this project to cut down on the use of plastic and styrofoam at Coffee Hour. Join us and share your story of your favorite mug. This will be a fun way to learn more about your church family AND help the environment at the same time.
It’s been nearly 2 1/2 years since the church first purchased the next door bank property. Look at the progress we’ve made in that time. (Special thanks to Ramona Kime for the progress pictures.)
As part of the Open and Affirming process the ONA team has crafted a “Welcoming Statement for First Congregational Church of Charlotte”. The congregation voted Oct 27, 2019 to adopt and embrace the message presented in the Welcoming Statement.
Here’s the massive truth everyone is avoiding. In the 4th Century one enclave of Christianity made a deal with Caesar. They exchanged the teachings of Jesus for a mythical Greek Christ. Join us at anypoint in our journey with Curt into Historical study of Christianity and our faith growth.
In case you ever wondered, First Congregational has handicap accessibility. From our Welcome Page: Both of our buildings are handicap accessible. The main building has a newly remodeled ramp on its northwest corner, and features an elevator inside the building. Parking for the church is available just west of the church main building in a […]
This seminar was a wonderful examination of beliefs and ethical teachings associated with various world religions with the goal of increasing our ability to acquire a greater awareness of and appreciation for the diversity and similarities among the world’s religions. Audio recordings are available HERE so that you might study various aspects of the world’s religions and enjoy a deepened capacity for compassion and respect towards others in general.
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“’If you are more fortunate than others, it is better that you should build a longer table, than a taller fence.’ To me, the simplicity and eloquence of this apparently anonymous quote sums up my experience serving in Florida with UCC Disaster Ministries on a hurricane recovery volunteer work team.” – Commentary by Scott Smiley